Serbia Between Electoral Authoritarianism and Consolidated Democracy
Transition from mono-organisational, single-party, ideological and authoritarian regimes into plural, competitive and democratic systems has proven a far more complex and uncertain process, with a far higher social price than the analysts, and especially . . .
The Organisation and Political Position of Serbs in Croatia
In this paper the author gives ample information on political and non-political organisation of Serbs in Croatia in the last twenty years based on the literature, archival materials from the Archives of Serbs in the Republic of Croatia and the interviews conducted . . .
Negative Aspects of Social Capital (Non-Social Capital) as Factors of a Slow Development of Institutional Capacities in Serbia
This paper attempts to examine mutual relations between pre-modern and modern forms of social capital, as well as their impact on the overall social capacities of a society in transition, as Serbian society is today. It also examines the relationship and the . . .
Harmonisation of Asylum and Integrations Policy With the European Union Legislation
Serbia’s strategic priority in the EU integration process is harmonisation of legislative and administrative frameworks with European standards. The importance of migration issue arises from its relevance for the social and economic development and the rate . . .
G20 and the World Economic Policy: Agenda Development
Current financial crisis has seen numerous intergovernmental organisations’ declarations and plans to handle international finance in order to create conditions for strong, sustainable and balanced growth, with G20 leading this way. The crisis spill-over . . .
Djordje Stojanović, Živojin Djurić, Anatomija savremene države (Anatomy of the Modern State), Institut za političke studije, Beograd, 2012.
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